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Date: Sat, 2 Sep 2017 21:52:57 -0400
From: <rs904c@...scape.net>
To: <john-users@...ts.openwall.com>
Subject: RE: Custom Windows build 1.8.0.9 - What happened to zip2john?

The symbolic link issue mentioned below in Cygwin is still broken, if you
configure with:
 "--enable-ln-s ", which  Use ln -s vs symlink.c wrappers (Cygwin only)

So, I tested my configure without this, and all executables are working now.

I'm almost done with my testing and I'm about the release a new version for
Windows x64 on the custom build site.

-Robert B. Harris from VA 

-----Original Message-----
From: rs904c@...scape.net [mailto:rs904c@...scape.net] 
Sent: Friday, August 25, 2017 11:24 PM
To: john-users@...ts.openwall.com
Subject: RE: [john-users] Custom Windows build 1.8.0.9 - What happened to
zip2john?

So seeing how this problem was just discovered,  I'd like to hear that
someone has either worked on the code to fix it, or they believe it is no
longer a problem with the code.

Then I'll compile a new bleeding for Windows, test this to confirm or deny
the problem's current status.  Once the new version is confirmed fixed, I'll
put on the custom build site.

--Robert B. Harris

-----Original Message-----
From: Glen B [mailto:lucky0106@....com]
Sent: Thursday, August 24, 2017 10:22 PM
To: john-users@...ts.openwall.com
Subject: Re: [john-users] Custom Windows build 1.8.0.9 - What happened to
zip2john?

Hey Robert,

I can confirm what you've found, the earlier build did have the proper
executables. I hope I can test a build from you soon if you won't mind!

Glen

On 8/24/2017 6:53 PM, rs904c@...scape.net wrote:
> Hey, I'm Robert and the one who contributes almost all of the builds 
> on the custom build site.
>
> I think there was something definitely wrong with the bleeding version 
> in March 2017, and possibly now, when building with cygwin.
>
> See below for more details.
>
> I tested all of the symbolic link files in the Windows build from 
> March 2017 that I did and I can confirm there seems to be a problem 
> with
them.
>
> These all fail to run:
>
> base64conv					
> gpg2john		
> hccap2john		
> keepass2john	
> putty2john		
> racf2john		
> rar2john		
> unafs			
> undrop			
> unique			
> unshadow
>
> I then checked the previous version I made 
> "John-the-Ripper-v1.8.0-jumbo-1-Win-64".
> In this version there are no files that are symbolic links.  These all 
> run fine.
>
> base64conv.exe
> calc_stat.exe
> cprepair.exe
> dmg2john.exe
> genmkvpwd.exe
> gpg2john.exe
> hccap2john.exe
> john.exe
> keepass2john.exe
> keychain2john.exe
> keyring2john.exe
> keystore2john.exe
> kwallet2john.exe
> luks2john.exe
> mkvcalcproba.exe
> pfx2john.exe
> putty2john.exe
> pwsafe2john.exe
> racf2john.exe
> rar2john.exe
> raw2dyna.exe
> ssh2john.exe
> tgtsnarf.exe
> truecrypt_volume2john.exe
> uaf2john.exe
> unafs.exe
> undrop.exe
> unique.exe
> unshadow.exe
> wpapcap2john.exe
> zip2john.exe
>
> -- Robert B. Harris from VA
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Solar Designer [mailto:solar@...nwall.com]
> Sent: Friday, August 18, 2017 3:55 PM
> To: john-users@...ts.openwall.com
> Subject: Re: [john-users] Custom Windows build 1.8.0.9 - What happened 
> to zip2john?
>
> On Fri, Aug 18, 2017 at 07:16:03PM +0000, Glen B wrote:
>> I really liked the earlier versions of JtR that were self-contained 
>> and
> didn't require downloading anything else to be honest.
>
> This build wasn't meant to require anything extra either.  According 
> to what you said, it's just a bug.
>
>> If this is just a symlink though, what is it symlink-ing to? The john
> binary? If so, couldn't I just run john directly?
>
> Yes.  You could run "john" directly if you copy or rename it so that 
> it'd be called "zip2john".
>
> Alexander
>
>
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